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CAPELINHOS. A VOLCANO OF SYNERGIES. AZOREAN EMIGRATION TO AMERICA.
San Jose: Portuguese Heritage Publications of California. 2008. 450pp. Illus. Oversize. Hard bound with dustjacket. Book in fine, tight condition. Jacket has several very small nicks on edges. Includes a DVD with a color video clip, VULCAO DOS CAPELINHOS, produced by Antonio R. Furtado.
$65.00
CAPT. J.D. WINCHESTER's EXPERIENCE ON A VOYAGE FROM LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS TO SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. AND TO THE ALASKAN GOLD FIELDS.
Salem:Newcomb & Gauss, Printers. 1900. 251pp. Illustrated. Binding is worn at the edges and spine with some staining across the covers. Spine is lightly faded, but the gilt lettering on the spine and front cover remains bright. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though there is some age-toning to the page edges. Overall, this is a very good copy.
$95.00
CARLISLE ITS HISTORY AND HERITAGE.
Carlisle, MA:Carlisle Historical Society, Inc. 1976. 481pp. Illustrated + 2 foldout inserts, a map and a historical market list. Tipped in between page 468/469 is a 4 page list of "Printer's Errors" Overall, book is in very good condition with some minor soiling scatteed throughtout and dust residue to page edges. Dust jacket has light wear to edges and has two small strips of old scotch tape stains on each fold.
$35.00
CELEBRATION OF THE TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SETTLEMENT OF BOSTON.
Boston: City Council. 1880. 172 pp. Illustrated with folded map. Hard bound. Ends of spine show wear, plus several small stains on the covers. Otherwise, a tight, clean copy. Internally clean and free of stray markings, though there is some foxing throughout. Most important is the fine Forbes tinted lithograph MILITARY GROUP. S033
$25.00
CHARLES FENTON MERCER And The Trial of National Conservatism
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. (1989). 343 pp. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Book and jacket both show only light shelf wear to the edges and top/bottom of the spine. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, both the jacket and book are in fine condition.
$25.00
CHATHAM AT THE CROSSING OF THE FISHAWACK.
Chatham, New Jersey: Chatham Historical Society. (1967). 290 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. One of 500 numbered copies. Autographed. Jacket is lightly soiled with some minor wear to the edges and spine. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy.
$25.00
CHICAGO AND THE OLD NORTHWEST 16373-1835. At Study of the Evolution of the Northwestern Frontier, Together With A History of Fort Dearborn.
Chicago, Il:University of Chicago Press. (1913). 1st edition. 480pp. Illustrated, with folding map. Hardcover. In very good condition. The boards are lightly soiled however, the gilt is still bright on front cover and spine. Internally, aside from a previous owners signature is on the first free end-page; and some slight age-toning to pages opposite plates, a very good copy.
$135.00
CHINESE WORKING PEOPLE IN AMERICA. A Pictorial History.
San Francisco:United Front Press. (1974). 71pp. Illustrated. Softcover. Covers lightly soiled, otherwise a very good copy.
$15.00
CITIES OF THE MISSISSIPPI. Nineteenth-Century Images of Urban Development.
342pp. Illus. Oblong. With dust jacket. Spine of jacket sun-faded, otherwise a very good copy.
$45.00
CITIZEN 13660
New York: Columbia University Press. 1946. 209 pp. Illustrated. Dust jacket is torn at the spine but is still holding. Shows some chipping and tearing along edges. Interior is free of markings. Illustrations are bright and clean. A very good copy.
$65.00
CLAUS SPRECKELS. The Sugar King in Hawaii
Honolulu, HI:University of Hawaii Press. 1966. Illustrated by Joseph Feher. 339pp. Ex-library copy. Other than discreet lib. stamp and card pocket (Inside front board) and sticker spine residue, a very good copy. S013.
$20.00
COAL. A MEMOIR AND CRITIQUE.
Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia. (1998). 225pp. Illus. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Fine copy. Signed by the author. Historical account of mining, and a memoir of one family's involvement in it. Four generations of author's family have worked in the mines, including himself, and his book interweaves family letters and diaries with firsthand interviews and literature to evoke a century's worth of mining and coal town life.
$25.00
COL. PETER H. PEIRCE (1788-1861). A PLYMOUTH COUNTY LIFE.
(Middleborough):Middleborough Historical Association. 2001. 333pp. Illustrated. Binding lightly worn at the edges and spine. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy. FB029
$55.00
COLONIAL KITCHENS, THEIR FURNISHINGS, AND THEIR GARDENS
The First Definitive Account Based on Settlers' Journals and Travelers' Diaries. NY:Hawthorn Books. (1972). 346pp. Illustrated. Drawings by Katherine Hickish. With dust jacket. Book in very good condition, dust jacket worn at edges. S017.
$25.00
COMMERCIAL MAPS OF THE UNITED STATES AND INDEX TO FIRST HANDS IN BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER AND KINDRED BRANCHES.
104pp. Hard bound. 12mo. Cloth binding. Except for some light sun-fading of binding, a very good, tight clean copy. Contains 50 colored maps of existing states, territories, District of Columbia and street map of lower end of Manhattan. Maps by O. A. Wilcox. Each map faces full-page advertisements for suppliers and manufacturers of the shoe industry. All advertisements are for New York or Boston sources. In addition there are entries for business law; 7 pages of an index of business houses classified under business headings alphabetically; stage routes, city car routes,metropolitan elevated railroad, New York elevated railroad, hotels, railroad depots, banks, in New York and Boston.
$150.00